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The Numbers Game: February 19, 2015

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at Thursday's game between the Habs and Panthers in Montreal.



106 – Number of days since Jarred Tinordi last suited up for a game as a Hab, seeing NHL action on Thursday against Florida for the first time since November 5.

1 – Number of times Gerard Gallant has been behind the visitor’s bench at the Bell Centre as an NHL head coach, returning to his old stomping grounds with the Panthers on Thursday for the first time since leaving Montreal after the 2013-14 season.  

5 – Number of Bulldogs players who have been called up by the Canadiens since January 25, with Tinordi becoming the latest after arriving on Wednesday night, following Christian Thomas, Gabriel Dumont, Jacob De La Rose and Greg Pateryn with his promotion to the big club.

100 – Number of points racked up by Brendan Gallagher in 183 career NHL games, joining the Century Club with his opening goal in the second period against the Panthers.

758 – Number of days since Gallagher picked up his first career NHL point, an assist on Alex Galchenyuk's goal against the Panthers, dating back to January 27, 2013.

9 – Number of players from the 2010 NHL Entry Draft to hit the 100 career NHL point benchmark, with fifth round pick Gallagher joining seven first rounders and second rounder Justin Faulk on that exclusive list.

2 – Number of multi-goal games enjoyed by Gallagher this season, joining Max Pacioretty (3), Tomas Plekanec (3), Alex Galchenyuk (2), Dale Weise (2) and P.-A. Parenteau (2) as the only Habs to score multiple goals in more than one game so far in 2014-15.

5 – Number of hits dished out by De La Rose in the contest, leading all Habs in that category on Thursday for a fourth straight game.

7 – Number of times Tinordi has dropped the gloves in the regular season or playoffs at the NHL level, squaring off against Alex Petrovic in the third period.

25:10 – Ice time enjoyed by Beaulieu in the game, his highest workload of the season after playing 24:00 against the Sens one night prior.

- canadiens.com.

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